Almost 80% of CEOs say burnout affects workplace, report finds

The majority of survey respondents (79 percent) said burnout is negatively affecting their workplace, according to a recent report from executive search firm Witt/Kieffer.

The organization surveyed close to 350 healthcare C-suite executives, including 134 CEOs, for its "Impact of Burnout on Healthcare Executives" report.

Three findings from the report:

1. Seventy-nine percent of executives said burnout is negatively affecting their workplace, and the same percentage said their organizations are not doing enough to reduce or prevent burnout.

2. More than half (51 percent) of those surveyed said burnout could cause them to leave their current positions. Half of respondents said burnout could cause them to search for jobs outside the healthcare field.

3. Sixty-five percent of respondents said they never or rarely use all of their allotted vacation days because of their workloads.

To access the full report, click here.

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